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Camp Byng is located in Roberts Creek on the Sunshine Coast just north of Gibsons, BC. With 1200 metres of ocean foreshore, Camp Byng is the premier Scout property of the Pacific Coast Council. There are three lodges available, each with sleeping "hulls". Each lodge has a full commercial kitchen, large activity room, and some dormitory space. The camp has wilderness areas for tenting and exploring, some with open-air style shelters. Camp Byng also has campfire sites, a spiritual centre, low ropes course with activities for all ages, archery range, nature trail, basketball court, parachutes and tug-o-war ropes in all lodges, and is in close proximity to many local natural parks.
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Camp Burley a rustic camp with room for about 100 campers. It is an idyllic spot for swimming and canoeing. Wake up to the sounds of loons on the lake and take an early swim as the mist rises off the lake. There several sites, two of which have a cook shelter, Cub hulls (tiny cabins), and fire circles. Find a local to tell you the story of "The Hand in the Lake"!
The surrounding area has many hiking opportunities. Pender Hill and Mount Daniel are both within hiking distance of the camp and offer spectacular views of Pender Harbour. A short drive will put you in range of other hiking trails. A must-see is the Skookumchuck Narrows at tide change, just a short hike in from Egmont.
Camp Burley is located on Mixal Lake in the Pender Harbour Area of the Sunshine Coast. It is about an hour and a quarter drive from the Langdale Ferry Terminal. Drinking water is available from the Petrocan in Garden Bay, 7 km from camp.
Contact: Warren James; Phone: 604 740 6086
Morris Valley Scout Camp
This wilderness camp offers cabins that can accommodate up to 30 people and has tent sites for 100 people. There is a nice formal campfire area and a waterfall within a short hiking distance. Weaver Lake is close by and has a launching area for canoeing.
The camp has a cooking/dining cabin with a "bring your own propane" stove with including oven, grill, and four burners. The eating area has tables, benches, and a wood stove.
The sleeping cabin has bunks for 20 (bare wood, bring your own matress) and lots of floor space in the main room. The cabin has a large airtight wood stove that throws ample heat. There are also two rooms at the rear of the cabin that sleep approximately four people in each. Cabin has some benches for sitting.
call (604) 278-8548 or (604) 275-0423
Camp Linley is a mixture of park-like and wilderness camping. The camp is located near Cultus Lake Provincial Park. There is a large A-from shelter, one large cabin suitable for training, and wilderness campsites.
Marion Morrison (604) 795-7076 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp McLean is about one-third marsh habitat bordering the Little Campbell River, directly across from Campbell Valley Regional Nature and Equestrian Park. There are tenting areas and several cabins of various size.
Jeanette Castle (604) 534-9851 or Fax: 604 534-9841
Whonnock has a two-story lodge with room for over 100 people. The lodge has a commercial kitchen with large gas stove and griddle, three large refrigerators, and a large freezer. There are indoor washroom and shower facilities, including wheelchair assessable facilities. There is a tenting area with fire pit and a picnic shelter.
Andrew Watson Tel/Fax (604) 462-7012
Woodwards Landing used to be jointly leased by Scouts Canada and the Girl Guides of Canada. Scouts Canada withdrew from the lease in 2002 when their own rules made sharing impossible. Scouts continued to use the camp, but as renters from the Guides.
The site is now run as a park by the city government under the name "Scout/Girl Guide Camp Park".
Darlene Burns at (604) 241-1557 or by fax at (604) 241-1558.
Camp Woodside is a wilderness camping site located on Mount Woodside near Harrison Mills. There is a cleared camping area with campfire rings, pit toilets, and a large campfire circle. There is a creek to get water from, but it should be treated or bring your own. The camp is a 10-15 minute walk from the highway. A 4WD vehicle is recommended for driving into the camp.
Cathy Desjardins (604) 298-4587 or e-mail her at email@example.com